Dias y Dias/Days and Days (Hardcover)
Bilingual Spanish-English Children's Book
Greenwillow Books, 9780061731822, 40pp.
Publication Date: August 27, 2019
Explore the four seasons in Spanish and English with this brightly illustrated bilingual picture book from Ginger Foglesong Guy and René King Moreno.
Días y días/Days and Days introduces readers to basic seasonal concepts and vocabulary and is an excellent choice for classrooms, bilingual homes, language literacy, story times, and family sharing.
Learn about the seasons in Spanish and English in Días y días /Days and Days by the popular team behind the bilingual classics ¡Fiesta! and Siesta. From Invierno to Otoño, from Enero to Diciembre, Ginger Foglesong Guy’s concise text introduces readers to basic concepts connected to the four seasons, including descriptive adjectives in both languages, as well as words for the weather, months, and a child’s seasonal wardrobe.
René King Moreno’s engaging artwork explores the beauty of each individual season, extends the text, and offers many details to pore over. Ideal for promoting early literacy in two languages, for classroom connections, and for family storytimes.
About the Author
Ginger Foglesong Guy lives in Seattle, Washington. She grew up in Mexico, Arizona, Switzerland, and Costa Rica. She is also the author of the bilingual books ¡Fiesta! and Siesta.
Ginger Foglesong Guy es la autora de numerosos libros bilingües, entre ellos, los favoritos ¡Fiesta! and ¡Siesta!, así como el compañero de este libro, My School/Mi Escuela, también ilustrado por Viví Escrivá. Ginger creció en México, Arizona, Suiza, y Costa Rica. Ahora vive en el estado de Washington.
René King Moreno grew up in Warsaw, Indiana, and now lives in Chicago with her family. She is the illustrator of Under the Lemon Moon, by Edith Hope Fine, as well as ¡Fiesta! and Siesta.
Praise For Dias y Dias/Days and Days: Bilingual Spanish-English Children's Book…
— Kirkus Reviews
“[An] appealing Spanish-English picture book focused on seasonal words . . . Simple, effective, and charming.”
— Publishers Weekly